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Canada from the Outside In / Le Canada vu d’ailleurs

New Trends in Canadian Studies / Nouvelles tendances en études canadiennes

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Pierre Anctil and Zilá Bernd

Contents/Contenu : Zilá Bernd: Preface. Canada from the Outside In. New Trends in Canadian Studies - Préface. Le Canada vu d’ailleurs. Nouvelles tendances en études canadiennes – Pierre Anctil: Introduction – Neil Bissoondath: A Footnote of History? – Jean-Michel Lacroix : Le Canada revisité par un bon Huron – Xavier Arbós : Le donné et le construit – Sandra Regina Goulart Almeida: Home and Abroad. Diasporic Women in English Canada – Maria Fernanda Arentsen : Les valeurs du nomadisme. Leur mise en scène littéraire au Canada français – Carmen Mata Barreiro : Les écrivaines migrantes dans l’Europe francophone et au Québec. La construction d’une identité – Franca Bellarsi: Canada from the Outside In. Poetic Reinventions of the Canadian Landscape in an Age of Planetary Consciousness – Patrick Imbert : Productivités symboliques : l’extérieur à l’intérieur – Dirk Hoerder: Many Societies, Multiple Discourses. From the Study of Canada via Interdisciplinary Canadian Studies to Transcultural Societal Studies – Giancarlo Rolla: The Protection of Multiculturalism. From the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to the European Constitution – Kerstin Knopf: Aboriginal Media on the Move. An Outside Perspective on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network – Colin Coates: The Iroquois of the Scottish Enlightenment. Scottish Readings of Aboriginal Society in the Eighteenth Century – Adam Chapnick: Cherishing Illusions. Canada at the San Francisco Conference on International Organization, 1945 – Maeve Conrick: Canadian Language Policy in an International Context. The Impact of Official Languages Legislation in Canada and Ireland – Shauna Wilton: Official Literature for New Canadians. Images and Perceptions of Canada – Michael E. Unsworth: «Dirty Diapers and Canadian Bacon Scraps.» Ontario’s Trash in the Michigan Consciousness – Manuel Meune : De Karl May à Karl Marx. L’autre Amérique dans la perception de l’autre Allemagne.